Rapping with a style that's both tough and swift, the New Orleans raised rapper, "Kidd Kidd," was associated with two major hip-hop empires, "Young Money" and "G-Unit." Born Curtis Stewart, Kidd Kidd was a New Orleans street performer until he was ultimately discovered and signed to "Young Money" by Lil Wayne.
He joined rapper, Gudda Gudda, in the Southern-based Young Money act, "Squad Up," until 2004 when the group was taken off the label. Kidd Kidd later rejoined Young Money in 2008. In 2011, Kidd Kidd left Young Money and joined 50 Cent's label, "G-Unit" to further his career. In 2014 he was featured on 50 Cent's album, "Animal Ambition," alongside Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, and 50 as an official member of the G-Unit rap group. Today, Kidd Kidd has began working through his very own label "Reallionaire Records" (RLLNR Records) where he plans to release new music, albums, exclusive projects and more.- Valerie Victor, Mgmt. C.C.S.